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Use These 7 Aesthetic Plants to Bring Life to Your Home

Nikita Arya
Nikita Arya
Mammy croton

If you observe plants closely, you will find that what they do is exactly opposite of what we humans do - they inhale carbon dioxide and exhale oxygen. This is one of the prime reasons why having plants in your home can help in eliminating harmful toxins and freshen the air around us. According to a research by NASA, houseplants can remove up to 87 percent of air toxin in 24 hours. Studies have also revealed that indoor plants reduce stress levels and also boost mood!

While these indoor plants are proven to be good for our health, they can also beautify our homes with their immense aesthetical beauty. If you are a nature lover and cannot stop embracing the nature, then keep reading this article as here we unveil how to accentuate the positive and bring life to your home by keeping these 7 plants in your shelves!

Mammy Croton

Mammy Croton is a beautiful landscape plant usually found in California and Florida. A reddish-greenish plant, Mammy croton can be planted around the fence, in the backyard, in the bookshelves - these are available in all sizes and shapes and hence are perfect for creating indoor aesthetics.


Monstera is a tropical plant from Araceae family. Its name might sound monster-like but the plant draws lot of attention because of its odd-looking structure of its leaves. It has perforated leaves that looks like it has been punched through with holes. The plant needs a lot of space so it can be put in a statement-making spot like in the middle of the hall or living room.

Money Plant

The most common household plant, Money plant is considered to increase the finances of the house. Unlike other indoor plants whose roots grow inside soil, its roots can grow inside water as well. The plant has a great significance in the Vastu shashtra too, so potting a money plant can be trickier.



Begonias are these pink-tinted plants that have tropical and subtropical origins. The pinkness of these small plants can add blooms in a dull and light-colored rooms. To place a begonia in your home, look for a place where it can get partial shade or filtered sunlight, with morning sun and afternoon shade being the best.

sago palm

Sago Palm

Sago Palm looks like a miniature version of the tall palm trees and is quite an attractive plant. It is well known for its feathery foliage and ease of care. To pot this plant, a well-drained soil is a must as it doesn't tolerate overwatering at all. These can be decorated in the backyard in a queue like formation.



A beautiful green plant with tiny and tender leaves, Soleirolia looks wonderful in cache-pots. It's among those plants that doesn't require sunlight and can be potted with regular watering and spraying.

Peace Lily

Peace lily is one of the most adaptable and low-maintenance houseplant. These peace lilies are not true lilies but its flowers resembles those of calla lily. The best part about peace lilies is that it doesn't require much water, so for those who forget to water plants quite often, peace lilies are perfect!

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